Mathematics provides a powerful set of tools to describe, understand, and change the world around us. These tools include logical reasoning, abstract thinking, mathematical modeling, and computational analysis. Mathematics is relevant in everyday life, opening opportunities for various forms of employment and research in modern technology, science, communications, medicine, social sciences and economics. Mathematics students graduate with solid critical reasoning and quantitative problem-solving skills that are increasingly important in today's labour market.

Existing Endowments

  • Department of Mathematics Endowment Fund
  • Margaret Lawson McTaggart - Cowan Alumni Bursary Endowment
  • Mathematics Graduate Endowment